"Go into CyberSpace." More than a century ago, HoratioAlger pointed budding entrepreneurs west. Today, his finger wouldbe aimed at a modem. The Internet has been the entrepreneurial goldrush of the 1990s. From Amazon.com to Yahoo!, young entrepreneurshave quickly latched on to emerging technology and almost asspeedily amassed personal fortunes that extend into seven figuresor more.
But are the glory days over? Not hardly. "Plenty ofopportunities remain on the Internet," says Jaclyn Easton, acomputer columnist for the Los Angeles Times who illustratedher optimistic claim in StrikingItRich.com (McGraw-Hill), abook that profiles 23 successful Web sites.
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